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IES RP 15 - RECOMMENDED ILLUMINATION LEVELS Organization: IES
ESTA - E1.25 - RECOMMENDED BASIC CONDITIONS FOR MEASURING THE PHOTOMETRIC OUTPUT OF STAGE AND STUDIO LUMINAIRES BY MEASURING ILLUMINATION LEVELS PRODUCED ON A PLANAR SURFACE - FORMERLY PLASA E1.25 Organization: ESTA
Date: 2012-01-01
Description: This document describes the basic conditions for measuring the photometric output of a stage or studio luminaire by testing methods that measure the illumination levels produced by the luminaire on a planar surface.
GMNA - GM10248D - READING LAMP ILLUMINATION LEVEL AND ZONE TEMPLATE - ISSUE 3; GMNA RESTRICTED/CONFIDENTIAL STANDARD – TO PURCHASE CALL 1-800-854-7179 USA/CANADA OR 303-397-7956 WORLDWIDE; DO NOT USE ON NEW PROGRAMS; NO REPLACEMENT Organization: GMNA
Date: 2012-07-01
ESTA - ANSI/ESTA E1.25 - RECOMMENDED BASIC CONDITIONS FOR MEASURING THE PHOTOMETRIC OUTPUT OF STAGE AND STUDIO LUMINAIRES BY MEASURING ILLUMINATION LEVELS PRODUCED ON A PLANAR SURFACE Organization: ESTA
JSA - JIS F 8041 - RECOMMENDED LEVELS OF ILLUMINATION AND METHODS OF ILLUMINATION MEASUREMENTS FOR MARINE USE Organization: JSA
Date: 1986-12-15
GMW14271 - INTERIOR ILLUMINATION - ISSUE 2; ENGLISH Organization: GMW
Date: 2014-10-01
Description: This procedure should be used to verify the illumination performance is being met at a vehicle level. This procedure can also be used for competitive review or benchmarking in a vehicle setting as described in the procedure.
ISO 5631-3 - PAPER AND BOARD - DETERMINATION OF COLOUR BY DIFFUSE REFLECTANCE - PART 3: INDOOR ILLUMINATION CONDITIONS (D50/2°) - THIRD EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2015-11-01
Description: This method differs from ISO 13655, in that the UV content of the illumination is adjusted to a different level. The method can be used to determine the colour of papers or boards that contain fluorescent whitening agents, provided the UV content of the illumination on the test piece has been adjusted to conform to that in the CIE illuminant C, using a fluorescent reference standard that fulfils the requirements for international fluorescent reference standards of level 3 (IR3) as prescribed by ISO 2469 with an assigned ISO brightness value (C/2°) provided by an authorized laboratory, as described in ISO 2470-1.
GA - 214-M - RECOMMENDED LEVELS OF GYPSUM BOARD FINISH Organization: GA
Date: 1997-01-01
Description: The recommended level of finish of gypsum board wall and ceiling surfaces varies with the final decoration to be applied and can also be dependent on their location in a structure and the type of illumination striking the surface. Each recommended level of finish is described with typical applications.
GA - 214 - RECOMMENDED LEVELS OF GYPSUM BOARD FINISH Organization: GA
Date: 2010-01-01
Description: The recommended level of finish of gypsum board wall and ceiling surfaces varies with the final decoration to be applied and can also be dependent on their location in a structure and the type of illumination striking the surface. Each recommended level of finish is described with typical applications.
CIE 201 - RECOMMENDATIONS ON MINIMUM LEVELS OF SOLAR UV EXPOSURE Organization: CIE
Date: 2011-01-01
Description: Terms of Reference The terms of reference of Technical Committee (TC) 6-58 (hereafter denoted as ‘the committee') that compiled the present report were specified by the International Commission on Illumination (CIE) as The fact that man cannot do entirely without UV is accepted by most scientists active in this field, but is not as well known as the widely accepted view that UV exposure should be limited to a sensible level thus avoiding or minimizing risks.
NPFC - MIL-L-52240 - LANTERNS, ELECTRIC: LIGHT SOURCE, HEAD-MOUNTED, LOW-LEVEL, VISIBLE Organization: NPFC
Date: 1994-03-17
Description: This specification covers light-weight, self-contained, head-mounted lanterns designed to provide minimum illumination for use in areas where maximum security is required.
TAPPI T 525 - DIFFUSE BRIGHTNESS OF PAPER, PAPERBOARD AND PULP (D/0) – ULTRAVIOLET LEVEL C Organization: TAPPI
Date: 2012-01-01
Description: This method requires an instrument employing diffuse illumination and 0° viewing geometry This method is applicable to all naturally-colored pulps, and papers and board made therefrom.
TAPPI T 579 - DIFFUSE BRIGHTNESS OF PAPER, PAPERBOARD AND PULP (D/0) (ULTRAVIOLET LEVEL D65) Organization: TAPPI
Date: 2012-01-01
Description: This method requires an instrument employing diffuse illumination and 0° viewing geometry This method is applicable to all naturally-colored pulps, and papers and board made therefrom.
DS/EN 60068-2-5 - ENVIRONMENTAL TESTING - PART 2-5: TESTS - TEST SA: SIMULATED SOLAR RADIATION AT GROUND LEVEL AND GUIDANCE FOR SOLAR RADIATION TESTING Organization: DS
Date: 2011-03-18
Description: The main changes with respect to the previous edition are listed below: This second edition of IEC 60068-2-5 will make the reading much easier, partly because it includes guidance for solar radiation testing, previously published in a separate publication, IEC 60068-2-9, and partly because it now allows the use of all lamps specified in CIE 85 and published in 1985 by the International commission on Illumination.
BSI - BS 950-2 - SPECIFICATION FOR ARTIFICIAL DAYLIGHT FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF COLOUR - PART 2: VIEWING CONDITIONS FOR REPRODUCTION IN THE GRAPHIC ARTS - PD 6419: MAY 1968 Organization: BSI
Date: 1967-04-28
Description: Illuminant, luminant levels of illumination, luminance, details of viewing conditions. Design of practical installations appended.
IES LEM-3 - GUIDELINES FOR UPGRADING LIGHTING SYSTEMS IN COMMERCIAL AND INSTITUTIONAL SPACES Organization: IES
Date: 2013-06-12
Description: When upgrading lighting in any space, it is important to know the recommended practice and illumination levels for the occupant programming. The IES publishes many standards on lighting applications, and a competent lighting practitioner/designer may be able to help with specifying accepted illumination levels in the building.
DSF/FPREN 16163 - CONSERVATION OF CULTURAL HERITAGE - GUIDELINES AND PROCEDURES FOR CHOOSING APPROPRIATE LIGHTING FOR INDOOR EXHIBITIONS Organization: DS
Description: This Technical Specification gives recommendations on values of minimum and maximum illumination levels. It aims to provide a tool for setting up a common European policy and a guide to help curators, conservators and project managers to assess the correct lighting that can assure the safeguarding of the exhibits.
ISO 3664 - GRAPHIC TECHNOLOGY AND PHOTOGRAPHY — VIEWING CONDITIONS - THIRD EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2009-04-15
Description: This International Standard applies in particular to: — critical comparison between transparencies, reflection photographic or photomechanical prints and/or other objects or images; — appraisal of the tone reproduction and colourfulness of prints and transparencies at illumination levels similar to those for practical use, including routine inspection; — critical appraisal of transparencies that are viewed by projection, for comparison with prints, objects or other reproductions; and — appraisal of images on colour monitors that are not viewed in comparison to any form of hardcopy.
CEN/TS 16163 - CONSERVATION OF CULTURAL HERITAGE - GUIDELINES AND PROCEDURES FOR CHOOSING APPROPRIATE LIGHTING FOR INDOOR EXHIBITIONS Organization: CEN
Date: 2014-04-01
Description: This Technical Specification gives recommendations on values of minimum and maximum illumination levels. It aims to provide a tool for setting up a common European policy and a guide to help curators, conservators and project managers to assess the correct lighting that can assure the safeguarding of the exhibits.
DS/CEN TS 16163 - CONSERVATION OF CULTURAL HERITAGE - GUIDELINES AND PROCEDURES FOR CHOOSING APPROPRIATE LIGHTING FOR INDOOR EXHIBITIONS Organization: DS
Date: 2014-05-21
Description: This Technical Specification gives recommendations on values of minimum and maximum illumination levels. It aims to provide a tool for setting up a common European policy and a guide to help curators, conservators and project managers to assess the correct lighting that can assure the safeguarding of the exhibits.

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